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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Anderson, Robert McDonald Pineville Statement of Anderson that he never served in Southern army and was in favor of the U. S. government. Has four children and appears as if he refers to his wife as "partially deranged." N. D. F1217
Beck, Reddick D.; Pratt, Thomas R.; Hutchison, Wiley B.; Galemore, Sal; Ragan, Washington; Moser, Benjamin; Owens, William H.; Casey, Milton; Smith, Marcus L.; Kelly, Thomas; Carter, James G. L.; Smith, Isaac M.; Lewellyn, Jonathan R.; etal Mcdonald List of 23 Union men of Missouri paroled by Confederates at Little Rock, Arkansas; gives name and place of residence; men are from Newton, Wright [noted as White], McDonald [noted as McDonell], Jasper, Lawrence, and St. Clair counties; see also file 3188 11-26-1862 F1590 0227 2865
Bowlin, Robert O. McDonald La Plata Sworn statement regarding encounter with minister 07-16-1864 F1233
Bowlin, W.(?) O. McDonald LaPlata Casual letter to Bowlin (difficult to read) 05-28-1864 F1233
Brands, W. C. McDonald Pineville "Parole of John Conrad from Cherokee County, Kansas, who is pledging to Gen. Price not to give aide to the Union. [Misfiled document?]" 11-14-1861 F1240
Branham, Wilson McDonald Oath of Allegiance 02-12-1863 F1139
Brock, James McDonald Claims that he is loyal 11-06-1862 F1284
Brock, James McDonald Parole 11-07-1862 F1284
Brock, James McDonald Willing to take the oath of allegiance 11-??-1862 F1284
Brock, Joseph McDonald Oath of Allegiance 03-21-1861 F1284
Brock, William A. McDonald Oath of Allegiance 04-28-1864 F1284
Burnett, John H. McDonald Oath of Allegiance and bond ($1,000) 12-29-1862 F1289
Carroll, Hugh McDonald Oath of allegiance 02-11-1863 F1293
Carter, A.; Phipps, A.; Martin, Wilson; Hopkins, B. J.; Mead, Francis; Baker, Maurice; Martin, Miller; Hackney, Benton; Stafford, S. C.; Mayfield, John; Carter, Jacob; Manes, L. etal McDonald Partially illegible petition from refugees of McDonald Co. asking that a few companies of troops be sent to assist the men in returning to their homes, which they were forced from by guerrillas. Refers to how each man knows someone murdered by guerrillas N. D. F1660 0374 22196
Cleveland, S. G. McDonald Oath; age and physical description 02-11-1863 F1239
Cloud, Jacob McDonald Oath of Allegiance 03-21-18?? F1239
Cloud, Jacob McDonald Oath; includes age and physical description Oath 03-21-1861 F1239
Coffee, John McDonald Oath of Allegiance 02-07-1863 F1187
Crabtree, John McDonald Statement that he was in Mo State Guard for a month; when they disbanded he went home, took the oath and would rather enlist than go south 02-27-1863 F1243
Crabtree, John McDonald U.S. vs Crabtree, charges and specifications; with a band of guerrillas, robbed citizens of Newton County Aug-Oct 1862; Oct 1862 burned Mrs. Nancy May's house due to her loyalty; list of witnesses ??-??-186? F1243
Davenport, William A. McDonald Oath of allegiance 02-07-1863 F1295
Davinport, I. T. McDonald Oath of allegiance and physical description 03-07-1863 F1295
Davis, Olivar McDonald Oath of allegiance 01-13-1863 F1296
Elvington, John McDonald Oath of allegiance No. 26; 21 yrs old, 5' 7", blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, farmer; taken at Newtonia 02-11-1863 F1312
Embrey, John K. McDonald Oath; physical description: age 22, 5' 11", blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion 01-13-1863 F1312
Embrey, Joseph J. McDonald Letter from A. W. Chenoweth, Cassville, that old man Joseph Embrey, McDonald County, charged with jayhawking, is loyal; he joined a company to put down jayhawking 07-25-1862 F1312
Embrey, Joseph J. McDonald Never belonged to rebel army, but to Capt. McMahon's Co.; jayhawkers were going to burn Reden's Mill; the company took Union prisoners that stole horses 07-28-1862 F1312
Embrey, Joseph J. McDonald Parole; age 55 11-20-1862 F1312
Embry, Q. J.; Wright, Calvin C.; Taliaferro, William B.; Marcum, Thomas; Brown, Murphey; Lamberron, John; Kimbrough, William; Lowry, David; Anderson, John M.; Jones, Oliver; Fulton, J. B.; Christian, Robert H.; Owens, Emsley; Estes, Thomas D.; etal Mcdonald Petitions by citizens of Barry, Newton, and Mcdonald counties to Provost Marshal at Springfield for the release of Embry and Rev. Wright of Mcdonald County 05-29-1862 F1585 0377 1174
Groves, Elias McDonald Oath of Loyalty 07-30-1862 F1335
Harmon, John M.; Spencer, Russell; Moore, Alfred; Chenoweth, A. W.; Ragon, Edward; Lively, William; Rigs, Larkin; Capps, Prior; Bennet, James; Martin, H. R.; Testament, Wilson; Spurgon, A.; William, John; Harmon, Isaac; Biggs, Andrew; etal Mcdonald 60 or 70 prisoners captured near Neosho, several participated in murder of John Harmon and Spencer; request from 29 citizens of Newton and Mcdonald Counties that they not be released 05-01-1862 F1585 0493 1206
Hendley, R. G. McDonald Parole. Document states Hendley's residence as Anderson County, MO. 12-28-1862 F1470
Hopkins, B. F. McDonald Oath of Allegiance, appointed to the County Board 07-01-1862 F1476
Huffaker, Ira McDonald Oath of allegiance 11-02-1863 F1146
Lamberson, John McDonald Bond of $1,000 05-09-1864 F1212
Landerson, Thomas McDonald Richmond Bond of $1,000 05-09-1864 F1212
Lauderdale, Robert McDonald Oath of allegiance and physical description 07-11-1862 F1480
Lauderdale, Robert I. McDonald Oath of Allegiance 07-11-1862 F1153
Lauderdale, Robert I. McDonald Physical description 07-11-1862 F1153
Martin, Samuel H. McDonald Statement of Rebecca Henry: about 1 Sep 1862 Martin robbed her house and threatened to shoot her sister ??-??-186? F1368
Martin, Samuel H. McDonald Statement of Thomas M. Daniel, enrolled militia: while on a scout caught Martin at Jacob Cloud's with 2 other bushwhackers; Martin's horse shot out from under him, others escaped 01-24-1863 F1368
McLendon, Jacob; Beck, Redrick D.; Pratt, Thomas R.; Hutchison, Wiley B.; Regan, Washington; Moser, Benjamin; Owens, William H.; Stephenson, Milton; Smith, Marcus L.; Kelly, Thomas; Carter, James G. L.; Smith, Isaac M.; Rusk, William W.; etal Mcdonald List of 23 Union men of Missouri paroled by Confederates at Little Rock, Arkansas; gives name and place of residence; men are from Newton, Wright [noted as White], McDonald [noted as McDonell], Jasper, Lawrence, and St. Clair counties; see also file 2865 12-02-1862 F1591 0149 3188
Moore, John McDonald Oath of Allegiance 03-21-1861 F1201
Moore, John McDonald Physical description 03-21-1861 F1201
Nelson, William Mcdonald Oath of Allegiance, sworn at Newtonia 02-13-1863 F1204
Painter, Allen McDonald Oath of allegiance and physical description 02-13-1863 F1379
Randles, Harrison McDonald Oath of Allegiance 02-11-1863 F1255 28
Randles, Harrison McDonald Physical description, farmer 02-11-1863 F1255 28
Samuels, Elizabeth McDonald Parole, age 33 12-10-1862 F1258
Samuels, John McDonald Parole, age 36 12-10-1862 F1258
Stevens, Joseph C. McDonald Oath of Allegiance 08-28-1862 F1269
Stevens, Joseph C. McDonald Physical description 08-28-1862 F1269
Unknown Mcdonald Report on members of the committee: Doctor A. W. Chenowith, B. F. Hopkins, T. E. Hopkins, and Mr. Walter ??-??-186? F1659 0525 21832
Webb, Ellis McDonald Oath of Allegiance 1-02-1863 F1413
Weems, G. A. McDonald Oath of Allegiance 02-24-1863 F1414
Williams, John S. McDonald Oath and safeguard; age 48 12-10-1862 F1278
Williams, Lewis M. McDonald Notice from Springfield that Williams has been tried and discharged, so is entitled to his mule and other possessions 09-22-1862 F1278
Williams, Lewis M. McDonald Oath, sworn at Springfield; physical description: age 27, 5' 10", black eyes and hair 09-22-1862 F1278
Williams, Lewis M. McDonald Order No. 271-II from Springfield to release Williams from custody on parole of honor with $2,000 bond; required to enroll in militia; when enrollment certificate is presented will be finally released; otherwise will be sent to work on fortifications 09-21-1862 F1278
Williams, Lewis M. McDonald Paroled at Springfield; conditions: $2,000 bond and enrollment in E.M.M.; certificate of enrollment must be sent to office to render bond void 09-22-1862 F1278
Williams, Lewis M. McDonald Request to return to C. B. Walker the mule, saddle and bridle taken from Williams upon arrest; receipt signed by Walker 09-22-1862 F1278
Williams, Lewis M. McDonald Statement of brother A. Williams at Springfield; brother joined home guard for protection of home; left, then got substitute for Price's army; took oath; took care of brother's and Walker's family after they were driven away; attested to by C. B. Walker 09-21-1862 F1278
Williams, Lewis M. McDonald Statement: arrested at Yorktown en route to Springfield; in Douglass's Regt last summer; a Union man, took oath; no enrolling offices in county; objects to enrolling--sympathies are with South, doesn't like government well enough to fight for it; age 26 09-17-1862 F1278
Williams, Mary E. McDonald Parole and safeguard; age 16 ??-??-1862 F1278
Williams, Missouri McDonald Parole and safeguard; age 34 12-10-1862 F1278
Williams, Sarah A. McDonald Parole 12-10-1862 F1489
Willis, James McDonald Charges and specifications against him, charged with violation of the laws and customs of war ? F1489

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